Jill Stein Parrots the Dem’s Discredited “The Russians Did It” Narrative in Her Official Petition to Recount Wisconsin Votes

by Scott Creighton

Sounds to me like John Podesta wrote her petition to Wisconsin and it is clearly designed to help Hillary Clinton. Jill, the Russians didn’t “hack” anything to steal votes from you, now did they? So logically, since “the Russians” are the PRIMARY FOCUS of your petition, that means… you filed the petition on behalf of Hillary Clinton. Didn’t you?

Jill Stein’s petition to recount Wisconsin votes has been published online (PDF). Does she cite issues with electronic voting machines being proven to be susceptible to rigging by the companies that own them? No. Does she have any evidence at all to show the official count in Wisconsin was rigged for Trump to win? No.

Her entire argument to recount the votes in Wisconsin comes down to two things which she summarizes in section F of her petition;

f. The well-documented and conclusive evidence of foreign interference in the presidential race before the election, along with the irregularities observed in Wisconsin (more absentee ballots than usual), call into question the results and indicate the possibility that widespread breach occurred.

Stein also included an exhibit from J. Alex Halderman to further support her claims. Halderman, if you recall, met with Soros operators John Podesta, John Bonifaz and Mark Elias to discuss how they were going to move forward with a recount process without making Hillary Clinton look like a sore loser.

In his exhibit offered by Jill Stein as evidence of the stolen election, J. Alex Halderman makes these statements:

6. The 2016 presidential election was subject to unprecedented cyberattacks apparently intended to interfere with the election… The Department of Homeland Security has stated that senior officials in the Russian government commissioned these attacks... Russia has sophisticated cyber-offensive capabilities and it has shown a willingness to use them to hack elections elsewhere.

Another exhibit Stein included in her petition is an article written by April Glaser titled “Here’s What We Know About Russia and the DNC Hack”. This is part of it:

DNC officials allege that the Russian government is behind the breach. The New York Times reports that the US intelligence agencies increasingly share that opinion. According to a number of top cybersecurity researchers, they’re probably right

Another exhibit she offers as proof is a New York Times article titled “Private Security Group Says Russia was Behind John Podesta Email Hack

Jill Stein tosses in a couple more MSM articles about Russians hacking everything in sight.

And that’s it. That’s her argument. The Russians did it.

This, too me, signifies the final straw of evidence we need to conclude Jill Stein is acting as John Podesta’s proxy candidate in his bid to get Hillary installed in the White House.

Jill Stein never bought into the “Russians Hacked Us!” narrative. Never once. In fact, she thought it was silly.


“…when WikiLeaks exposed massive corruption at the highest levels of the Democratic Party, high-ranking Democratic Party officials and their supporters in the media began attacking WikiLeaks as an alleged agent of Russia, despite their inability to produce any hard evidence to support this claim.” Jill Stein

This “Russia did it” meme coming from Stein is laughable because it is CLEARLY where the Clinton team was setting us up to go right before the election when they were worried they might lose.

The only thing is, they couldn’t have Hillary do it because it would look bad for them.

This morning Hillary’s Soros-paid lawyer, Mark Elias wrote a statement about this process in which he clearly states the Clinton team will be working with Stein and the others as this recount process continues.

“… , we had not planned to exercise this option ourselves, but now that a recount has been initiated in Wisconsin, we intend to participate in order to ensure the process proceeds in a manner that is fair to all sides. If Jill Stein follows through as she has promised and pursues recounts in Pennsylvania and Michigan, we will take the same approach in those states as well.” Mark Elias

There is no doubt that this motion from Jill Stein originated in the minds of the Clinton team. Anyone saying otherwise at this point is a fool. The “Russians are hacking us” narrative is all about Hillary Clinton and has never been suggested as a reason that Jill Stein should worry about her votes being stolen.

What does that mean?

It means quite simply… this entire thing was done on behalf of Hillary Clinton and probably by her team since Jill never bought into the “Russian hackers” story in the first place.

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8 Responses

  1. Makes good sense to blame the Red Menace in the John Birch Society’s home state. Fun fact: JBS HQ is located in Appleton, WI, and coincidentally, the binge drinking capitol of the country.

  2. Fabulous post. My compliments.



    Meet the new boss. Same as the old boss.

    Does anyone think Sanders would have been different? Sanders refers to Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez as a “dead communist dictator.”

    And then there’s Trump, the Fresh Prince of Bel-Orange. In a statement issued hours after the death of Cuba’s Fidel Castro, Trump said, “The world marks the passing of a brutal dictator who oppressed his own people for nearly six decades. Castro’s legacy is one of firing squads, theft, unimaginable suffering, poverty, and the denial of fundamental human rights.”

    Trump has pledged to roll back the Obama regime’s diplomatic opening to Cuba. He said Cuba remains “a totalitarian island,” but he hopes that Castro’s passing will mark “a move away from the horrors endured for too long, and toward a future in which the wonderful Cuban people finally live in the freedom they so richly deserve.”

    (Applause with a standing ovation.)

    Today, almost all U.S. politicians are total slime-balls. It’s part of the job description.

    • Corporate media outlets are condemning Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for failing to echo the U.S. cry that Fidel Castro was a “ruthless dictator.”

      Trudeau issued a statement yesterday saying he had learned of Castro’s death with “deep sorrow.” He referred to Castro as a “larger than life figure” who made “significant improvements to the education and healthcare of his island nation.”

      “While a controversial figure, both Mr.Castro’s supporters and detractors recognize his tremendous dedication and love the Cuban people who had a need and lasting affection for ‘El Comandante.’ My father was very proud to call him a friend.”

      The Washington Post, The Atlantic, The Wall Street Journal, Breitbart News, and Conservatives in the Canadian parliament are screaming in outrage. So are many U.S. politicians.

    • Yet another pledge I hope the President-Elected does not renege on … Maybe the Cuban Revolution will be safe after all.

  3. People do realize that the Dread Russians (or the Mongols, or anyone else) cannot hack into the voting machines, don’t they? The machines do not connect to the internet. A hacker could not “hack in” the way they might hack into the poorly-run systems used by the DNC and Hillary’s private server.

    Which is not to say the machines cannot be tampered with. They can, but you have to be in physical proximity to the machines to reprogram them. Which means, Americans tampered with anything that was jiggered. For sure, the Russians don’t have enough secret squirrels around the various states to tinker with the number of machines they’d need to get at to actually alter the results.

    And if they are talking about interference in the form of media propaganda, I sure haven’t seen much pro-Russian agiprop in the news; in fact, just the opposite. The media propaganda all seems controlled by the politicians and the CIA, and it’s all rabidly anti-Russia. But hey, throw some of that shit at the wall and see what sticks in this stupid country. As for the DNC email hacks, it should be obvious that obsessively pondering over who hacked in is merely a way to deflect attention from what the emails say.

    I’m regretting my vote for Stein. I regret bothering to vote at all.

  4. Ya’gotta admit a fairly clever gambit all the way around. One that might work because Americans are pliant and dumb az-fuck and Trump is, well, almost as vile and odious as Clinton; not to mention I’m relatively certain he’s becoming less and less enamored of actually becoming pres (if he ever was).
    This malarkey just keeps getting more and more fascinating … it be even better if we weren’t the ones holding the shitty end of the stick!

  5. Scott – I’d be very interested in your take on why everything is being blamed on the Russians lately. From hacked emails to fake news and stolen elections we’re supposed to believe the evil Russians are behind it. It’s ridiculous on it’s surface but what is the real motive behind it? Seems like there’s more going here than meets the eye.

  6. ” … this entire thing was done on behalf of Hillary Clinton … ”
    KInda gotta thinking Jillie’s off-shore bank accounts are going start looking pretty good pretty soon as well.

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